Leg Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
30 июля 2013

Leg Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)

Leg Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
In this episode, The Teacher introduces you to three idiomatic phrases connected with legs.
Благодаря видео Leg Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher) можно многому научиться.
 
#1 написал: Tereljmaa (1 августа 2013 07:45)
Thanks teacher!?
#2 написал: francantante10 (1 августа 2013 07:45)
This is fantastic, learging with a teacher like him is as easy as a pie, i'm an English teacher here in Peru, and this is helping me so much, you can contact me to Fcoriverast@hotmail.com, I'd like to? get in contact with people from everywhere in the world.
#3 написал: Patrizzzio (1 августа 2013 07:45)
I'm so? in love with you!
#4 написал: Vuto221 (1 августа 2013 07:45)
i really like? your lessons ! thks so much !
#5 написал: Duy Khanh Le (1 августа 2013 07:45)
Are you trying to pull my leg? You haven't got a leg to stand? on. All in all, thank you. Your video might cost an arm and a leg to me ^_^.
#6 написал: samu93spv (1 августа 2013 07:45)
Thank you? for these videos. They are really good and funny.
#7 написал: bbclearningenglish (1 августа 2013 07:45)
Hello Ribellesicilly! Thanks for your comment. You are quite right, if you want to use this expression in the present tense, it should be "It costs and an arm and a leg". However, In this video, I use the expression in the past, so it's? "It cost an arm and a leg." Keep watching!
#8 написал: guokeru (1 августа 2013 07:45)
good way to improve my? englishi:-D
#9 написал: AgnieszkaD1990 (1 августа 2013 07:45)
an awesome video!? it was so funny! I'm not pulling your leg! ;)
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